By Lord_Xp 17 Comments
No one probably cares but eh, I wanted to leave a digital foot print somewhere on the internet. Sounds lame I know this already. But if you don't want to read this then don't it's not going to be long or drag on. Just a better description of who I am.
My name is Travis. Call me by my username though on here. I am, at the moment twenty-one years old. I was born on September 13th, 1991. I've been born and raised in a small ass town in North-East, Ohio. Neighboring cities don't even know it exists sometimes because of how small it is. I originally started playing video games somewhere in the mid to late 90's on the original PlayStation. I played mostly Need for Speed, Spyro, Jurassic Park, and Hercules. Oh and of course all the Crash Bandicoot games. Didn't have a memory card at the time so I would play and beat the game in one sitting all the time or just dicked around on each game.
From there I then moved onto the original non-slim PlayStation 2 and I have played way to many games to count since I had it it's whole life cycle. That's where I realized that games would always be something I would do no matter what was going on in my life. After the PlayStation 3 was announced I knew I had to have it and thank god my dad won an Ebay bid on it but I was upset that he spent to much on it. He said he didn't care but wanted me to be happy. Happy I was from then on out. Then it had broken only once before I got an upgraded 120gig non-slim one I believe it was. Played that for a long time now. Now I bought the slim 180gig Ps3 and I love it still.
For me, video games aren't all about graphics or voice acting, music, and all that extra stuff. For me if it has a great story line where it actually took a lot of thought and practice into it to make the game great then that's what I look for most. I also have taken a fancy to those hidden easter eggs in games to the point where Borderlands 2 just made me laugh and smile and remember video games I have played in the past or still do play (Minecraft). Story is what makes a game great in my opinion. If you have a good one then nothing else matters. Well I guess the controls and it properly working matters to. But lets not get nit-picky.
Sorry for making this dragging this on reader. You must have not had a lot of time if you read this whole thing. But needless to say, I do appreciate it and hope you remember your gaming origins and past times. I know I always will. I love video games as a passionate hobby of mine. I'm a bit weird about it sometimes, but I'm still down to earth about everything in the real world at the same time. Thanks for reading and Happy Gaming.